Diabetes diet, exercise and healthy living information
For many, carbs are a source of fear and anxiety since they can raise glucose levels more than either fat or protein. But, take heed. There's no need to fear carbs. Our expert Certified Diabetes Educator, Jill, explains why.
Think diabetes cookbooks are filled with plain, tasteless recipes with portions not big enough to satisfy a mouse? Think again: this list of books can help anyone achieve nutritious yet delicious meals.
What foods to eat? What foods to skip? It is an ongoing battle. Here is a list of five foods to avoid if you have diabetes.
When it comes to sugar and diabetes, planning and moderation are important. Learn how to work sugar into your diet and eating plan.
It is no secret: Exercising with type 1 diabetes can be difficult, frustrating and downright impossible at times. Although there isn't a handy manual, Scott shares 10 things he has figured out about getting his diabetes and exercise on the same page.
Exercise is a weapon for individuals with diabetes. However, you should keep in mind the following exercise precautions for diabetes from expert Dr. Sheri Colberg-Ochs.
Staying healthy and in shape is vital when you have diabetes, including type 2. Exercise regularly to not only improve your blood glucose levels, but to improve your overall quality of life. Keep reading for five tips for exercising with type 2 diabetes and for pointers on how to keep your diabetes under control when you exercise.
Exercise is an important component in controlling and managing your diabetes. Keep reading to learn about six ways exercising can positively affect your diabetes management.
Individuals who are overweight or obese are at elevated risks for developing type 2 diabetes. Learn how the body mass index can shed some light on the connection between obesity and developing diabetes.
On average, it costs $12,000 per year for someone to manage their diabetes. Even with insurance, diabetes costs continue to increase. Keep reading for five ways to lower the costs associated with your diabetes care.
Indeed, the holidays can be fraught with foodie temptations. Combating those temptations? Easier said than done. Here are five ways to make sure your blood glucose levels stay intact during the holiday season.
Stress can lead to a number of adverse effects, such as stroke or heart attack. For individuals with diabetes, stress can also affect blood glucose levels. Keeping stress under control is vital to not only good diabetes management, but a healthy lifestyle as well.
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